Arts & Entertainment


Review: how corporate America invented Christian America

"Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful."


A day in the life of film at Tribeca

"Armor of Light." "Good Kill," "Far from Men," "Trials of Constance Baker Motley," "Song of Lahore" and more.


In new play, God comes to Earth, finds his humanity

So, did you hear the one about God walking into the psychologist's office? That's the premise of "O My God."


Two trailblazing performers "Coming out Muslim"

"Coming Out Muslim" is a collage of coming-out stories, unmet parental expectations, song and chant, dance movement, prayer, revelations, hair and head coverings, and henna.




A dramatic meditation on freedom: "The Whipping Man"

It's1865. Slaves are being freed, soldiers are returning home, and in Jewish homes the freedom festival of Passover is being celebrated. Into war-torn Richmond comes a young, severely wounded Jewish Confederate officer.


Reza Aslan's “Zealot” exposes Christianity's revolutionary roots

He leaves readers with a question which, curiously, he does not even attempt to answer.


Jedi creed, Paganism among top alternative beliefs in UK

The branching out of other faiths, and the increase in people who choose to abstain from religion, could be seen as an example of growing diversity in the UK.